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Cambodia - the forgotten world

Cambodia  the forgotten world154585
01/05
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Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia. Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia. After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world. Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.
Cambodia  the forgotten world154588
02/05
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Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia. Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia. After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world. Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.
Cambodia  the forgotten world154587
03/05
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Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia. Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia. After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world. Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.
Cambodia  the forgotten world154586
04/05
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Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia. Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia. After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world. Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.
Cambodia  the forgotten world154584
05/05
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Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia. Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia. After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world. Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.
  • Cambodia  the forgotten world154585
  • Cambodia  the forgotten world154588
  • Cambodia  the forgotten world154587
  • Cambodia  the forgotten world154586
  • Cambodia  the forgotten world154584

Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Angkor Wat, Siem Reap province, Cambodia.

Ketsana typhoon left 15 people dead in Cambodia.

Angkor Wat is a world famous resort that attract more than two million visitors each year. Hotels offering rooms at two thousand dollars per night, amazing cars on the streets, and still Siem Reap province is the poorest in Cambodia.

After years of war, torture, crimes and poverty, Cambodia had enter the worst situation possible, but is forgotten by the world.

Typhoon Ketsana had left 15 dead, the last one a 17 years old kid that was playing near the river. The city will take long time to recover.

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